Archive for the ‘showroom’ category

aquaMART sanitary showroom by FLÓ Architects, Budapest

May 8th, 2012

The leading idea of designing was to create a decent, elegant space which is able to be flexible and to represent an enduring value. The functional structure of the showroom includes various services: exhibition hall, conference hall, point of education, cooking school, sales counter, lounge, restroom.

Vipp flagship store by Morten Bo Jensen, Copenhagen

May 2nd, 2012

The Danish design company Vipp – best known for the Vipp pedal bin designed back in 1939, where Holger Nielsen made the first bin for his wife’s hairdressing salon. Today Vipp bins are found in design stores all over the world as well as in some design museums among other the Moma in New York.

Basler Showroom by Blocher Blocher Partners, Düsseldorf

April 24th, 2012

A showroom is the calling card of a fashion brand. It distils a company’s self-image, sets the look, the signature. With Basler, that means femininity, elegance and joie de vivre. In Düsseldorf, the designers from Blocher Blocher Shops created the perfect setting for the label’s fashionable floral prints and jungle patterns from silk to satin.

Carhartt – Work In Progress office and showroom by Fixonic, Hong Kong

March 21st, 2012

In keeping with Carhartt’s company profile, the space was kept modern with simple raw materials, and polished with designer lighting, furniture and fittings, the overall effect is to create an unconventional office with a mix of old and new elements making it a fun place to work!

Snaidero USA Showroom by Giorgio Borruso Design, New York

March 20th, 2012

An extension of the Snaidero USA kitchen showroom, this Living + Design space is a subtly activated blank canvas on which customers can project their own images through various display items. A radial geometry connects the space to the existing kitchen showroom, with the lines in the floor tile and ceiling elements creating a flow.

Patina Flooring Store by Gensler, Dallas

March 19th, 2012

This new retail concept offers Patina‘s home décor products. Designers thoughtfully divided space into display and studio spaces, preselecting products in oversized samples so customers can easily visualize choices, and creating a truly interactive experience.

Minacciolo showroom by Silvio Stefani, Treviso

March 1st, 2012

Designed by architect Silvio Stefani, Minacciolo’s brand-new showroom at Treviso – which took fifteen months to be completed – is the name for one emotional path covering an area exceeding 1,200 square metres.

ROY flagship store by Tantra Creations, Nanjing – China

February 25th, 2012

The curved geometry of the glass is inspired by the waves that arise when the ocean reaches the shore. The glass façade easily lights up the whole shop, and upgrades a monotonous retail spot into a glamour focal point. As you enter the shop, you descend into a scenario where you are surrounded by a deep oceanic environment. On one side of the shop the white sculptural partition walls and furniture refer to the sculptural modifications of the coral reef.

Plus showroom by A+D design, Warsaw

February 22nd, 2012

Plus showroom in Warsaw is the flagship store of the biggest Polish mobile operator. The showroom was designed by A+D design team led by architect Marek Witaszewski. The main goal was to underscore that Plus is a state-of-the-art company with rich offer. The general layout that we proposed is based on circles and arcs. This idea serves numerous purposes.

Gaggenau showroom, Amsterdam

January 27th, 2012

Following a string of new showroom openings across the globe, Gaggenau raises the curtain of its largest European flagship in the Netherlands.

ALV Showroom by Fabio Novembre, Milan

August 9th, 2011

The sinuous lines of the surfaces of the display units flow inside the display space, which revolves around a central fulcrum, the ‘atom’, consisting of an open, permeable, circular element defined solely by its ‘skeleton’, solid but ethereal as the material it is made from, HI-MACS.

Kvadrat, London

March 8th, 2011

Kvadrat Showrrom London

One of Peter Saville’s recent projects with perhaps less cult appeal than his seminal record covers, but definitely no less verve for anyone with an eye for design, is his consultancy for Danish textile giants Kvadrat. Over the last five years he’s tweaked the graphic identity of the family-run company, gently and always appropriately updating the brand for a new generation of fabric fanatics.